Investing in Buckeye’s aging water infrastructure is critical in continuing to provide safe, reliable water services to our residents.
We can improve water quality in the city by repairing or replacing our aging equipment with the latest water treatment technology and completing construction on the Broadway Road Water Campus.
To achieve this goal, the city is proposing a $3.05 flat fee to all water customers, beginning in Feb. 2020 if approved.
For more information and to provide comments please visit buckeyeaz.gov/proposedfee
Buckeye is committed to providing the best drinking water possible. The addition of new wells and the Broadway Road Water Campus will greatly reduce the amount naturally occurring minerals in our water improving the quality and taste.
The city has several water capital projects under construction, including the Broadway Road Water Campus, which will improve water quality when they're completed.
We are always instituting innovative practices for conserving, and responsibly managing our operations for current and future demand.
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